Holder Rises To Second Spot In Bowlers’ List, Bumrah Highest Ranked Indian

As cricket is a game Of mighty uncertainty, therefore after the comeback of cricket a lot of drama happened in the pitch. The West Indies heroes beat the mighty English in their own ground after 20 years. West Indies skipper Jason holder played one man army role of the team.

On his stunning bowling performance in the first Test against England, West Indies captain Jason Holder has got the prise instantly. He has moved up in the ICC Test Rankings today . The skipper led from the front as the Caribbean outfit stunned England by four wickets in the first Test.

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Jason Holder starred with the ball and he took six wicket for just 42 runs. His stunning spell helped West Indies bowl England out for a modest 204. West Indies finished their innings on 318 to take a handy 114-run lead on the chasing phase.

Although, England started well with the bat in the second innings as they had 249 for 3 and hosts were looking set to put up a big total. Unfortunately, an inexplicable collapse and were all out for 313 to set West Indies a target of 200 only. West Indies started on a poor note and lost three wickets for just 27 runs but a 95-run knock from Jermaine Blackwood helped the cross the finishing line.

West Indies Skipper has jumped one spot to take the second spot in the ICC Test Rankings for bowlers. He replaced New Zealand’s Neil Wagner who has now dropped to third position. Pat Cummins continues to be at the top of the ranking.



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